Title race reignited by Everton draw at United
TWO weeks ago Manchester United were 1-40 for the Premier League title.
But after Everton fought back from 4-2 down at Old Trafford on Sunday to salvage a 4-4 draw and title rivals Manchester City took all three points at Wolves, Sir Alex Ferguson’s side are out to 1-2, with City just 7-4 to deny them,and the monumental clash between the two at the Etihad Stadium a week on Monday takes on even more significance.
Bookmakers make City 11-8 shots for a derby victory that will take them top on goal difference.
Meanwhile, City’s 2-0 victory at Molineux confirmed Wolves’ relegation to the Championship and they are 9-2 with Bet365 to bounce straight back, while Hills go 10-1 that Terry Connor is their manager on the first day of next season.
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson returned to Anfield for the first time since he was replaced by Kenny Dalglish and got one over on his replacement with a 1-0 victory.
Peter Odemwingie scored the only goal of the game to give the 7-1 Baggies victory and Dalglish is odds-on with Hills to no longer be in charge at Anfield come the start of next season.